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Description : A UCSF Educational Film on joining the nursing profession with an emphasis on Psychotherapy. Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Title : UCSF Educational Films Call Number : FILMS 91-59 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. This work is...
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Description : Dr. Robert Schindler (Chair emeritus of the UCSF Department of Otolaryngology) presents a video tour of the murals painted by Bernard Zakheim in Toland Hall at the University of California, San Francisco. Source : 1 tape of 1: 1/2" videocassette Collection Guide : University of California San Francisco Oral Histories Rights : Rights are owned by Regents of the University of California. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work...
Topics: californialightandsound, Schindler, Robert, Zakheim, Bernard, Murals, San Francisco (Calif.),...
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by Kleinman, Arthur
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Join psychiatrist, social anthropologist, and author Dr. Arthur Kleinman for an author talk, Q&A, and book signing .  The Soul of Care  is a moving memoir and an extraordinary love story that shows how an expert physician became a family caregiver and learned why care is so central to all our lives and yet is at risk in today’s world. When Dr. Arthur Kleinman, an eminent Harvard psychiatrist and social anthropologist, began caring for his wife, Joan, after she was diagnosed with...
Topics: Alzheimer's Disease, Medical Anthropology, History of Medicine
Description : Toland Hall Murals: an Oral History with Chauncey Leake. Dr. Leake discusses the frescoes painted by Bernard Zakheim in Toland Hall at the University of California, San Francisco. Helen Nahm, Dean emeritus of the UCSF School of Nursing (1958-1969) also participated in this program. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape Collection Guide : University of California San Francisco Oral Histories Call Number : OH 57 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Regents of the University...
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Jeffrey S. Reznick, PhD, chief of the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest biomedical library, located on the Bethesda, Maryland, campus of the National Institutes of Health gave a talk as part of the series organized by the UCSF Archives and Special Collections at the University of California, San Francisco Library on October 21st, 2016 In this talk, Reznick offers an overview of the division, its current partnerships and programs, and...
Topics: National Library of Medicine, NLM, History of Medicine Division, Jeffrey S. Reznick, history of...
UCSF Archives & Special Collections and the Health Humanities and Social Advocacy Initiative present cardiologist and author  Dr.   Sandeep Jauhar  in conversation with UCSF’s Guggenheim award-winning doctor-writer Victoria Sweet. In his latest book  Heart: A History , Dr. Jauhar tells the colorful and little-known story of the doctors who risked their careers and the patients who risked their lives to know and heal our most vital organ. It has been praised as “gripping…(and)...
Topics: Cardiology, Medical Humanities, History of Medicine, UCSF, UCSF Archives Lectures, History of...
Description : Drug Control is a public health service announcement that was created as a part of the Health Information Project by the University of California, San Francisco in 1973. The film shows how two doctors in two very different pharmacies cope with the issue of protecting their patients from harmful drug interactions and dependency. The pharmacy in the Los Angeles General Hospital sets up an experimental plan to use a computer filing system. Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection...
Topics: californialightandsound, californiapreservationservice, ucsf school of pharmacy, ucsf,...
An afternoon (April 29th, 2021 )  of poetry and discussion about the human experience of medicine, featuring poets from the San Francisco community. Farah Hamade, inaugural 2020 UCSF Library Artist in Residence, took visual notes during the event and produced a visual piece that represents the event/experience . About the Poets and Speakers: Sharon Pretti ’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals including Spillway, Calyx, JAMA, Bellevue Literary Review and the Schuylkill Valley Journal....
Topics: medicine, healing, poetry, UCSF, humanities, medical humanities
Join UCSF Archives & Special Collections and the UCSF Library as we explore the traditions of ocular prosthetics through the story of family traditions over centuries and across two continents. This exhibition demonstrates the evolution and skillful craftsmanship of Müller-Uri and Danz families, as well as the science and art of ocular prosthetics. Modern methods of creating ocular prostheses can be traced to the ingenuity of Ludwig Müller-Uri a glassblower from Lauscha, Germany. After...
Topics: Ocular Prosthetics, History of Medicine, History of Health Sciences, Opthamology, University of...
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by California Womens Hospital (San Francisco)
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These are the annual reports of the California Woman's Hospital, a San Francisco hospital founded specifically to include a branch providing care for patients to poor to pay. The reports include a few photos and many narratives of the development of the hospital and its relation to the development of public health in San Francisco.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 30 Pages of 30 (5 x 7 in.)
Description : Vital Signs is a public health service announcement that was created as a part of the Health Information Project by the University of California, San Francisco in 1973. Dr. Robert Day speaks about the changing, and increasingly casual, perception and uses of drugs in society. He cautions against buying into economically-motivated drug advertisements that promote a "drug-oriented society." Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Guide : Robert L. Day collection, MSS...
Topics: californialightandsound, californiapreservationservice, robert day, bob day, ucsf school of...
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by University of California, San Francisco. School of Pharmacy
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Dr. Edward Leong Way's oral history interview took place on October 21, 2014 at the UCSF Library on the UCSF Parnassus campus. Way was interviewed about his life and work by Martin Meeker, associate director, Regional Oral History Office of The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Way was born in Watsonville, California in 1916. His moved with his family to San Francisco in 1924 and ultimately studied pharmacy at what is now the UCSF School of Pharmacy, earning his BS in...
Topics: pharmacy, ucsf school of pharmacy, e leong way, oral history, roho, ucsf, pharmaceutical...
These are the annual reports of the California Woman's Hospital, a San Francisco hospital founded specifically to include a branch providing care for patients to poor to pay. The reports include a few photos and many narratives of the development of the hospital and its relation to the development of public health in San Francisco.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 68 Pages of 68 (5 x 7 in.)
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by UCSF School of Pharmacy
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Description : Clinical Pharmacy Ward Rounds was created by the University of California, San Francisco School of Pharmacy in 1968. The film depicts various scenes in an average day in the pharmacy. Pharmacists discuss patients and prescriptions, prepare compounded drugs, and use the latest technology-- a microfiche reader and autopens-- in a typical day's work. Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Guide : Robert L. Day collection, MSS 2011-23 Call Number : MSS 2011-23 Rights :...
Topics: californialightandsound, californiapreservationservice, UCSF, ucsf school of pharmacy, ucsf,...
The annual report of St. Mary's Hospital (San Francisco) contains data on the yearly operation of the hospital and its patients, including things like tabulations of occupations, nationalities, procedure/illnesses and other data of those served. There are numerous photos illustrating the equipment and facilities of the hospital.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 136 Pages of 136 (5 x 7 in.)
Description : Drug Interactions is a public health service announcement that was created as a part of the Health Information Project by the University of California, San Francisco in 1973. Dr. Robert Day speaks about the changing, and increasingly casual, perception and uses of drugs in society. He encourages viewers to discuss all prescription and non-prescription drugs with a pharmacist to avoid harmful drug interactions. Video features Dr. Robert Day and William Pearson. Collection Guide :...
Topics: californialightandsound, californiapreservationservice, robert day, bob day, ucsf school of...
The annual report of St. Mary's Hospital (San Francisco) contains data on the yearly operation of the hospital and its patients, including things like tabulations of occupations, nationalities, procedure/illnesses and other data of those served. There are numerous photos illustrating the equipment and facilities of the hospital.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 56 Pages of 56 (5 x 7 in.)
Please meet the UCSF Archives & Special Collections team (in order of appearance): David Krah, processing archivists (Tobacco Control Archives and Eric Berne collections) Kelsi Evans, processing archivist (Radiologic Imaging Laboratory and Dr. J. Michael Bishop collections) David Uhlich, assistant archivist Polina Ilieva, UCSF archivist, Head of Archives & Special Collections
Topic: UCSF Archives & Special Collections
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 96 Pages of 96 (5 x 7 in.)
The Annual Report of the San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children recounts the populations of children and the finances, operations, and ideologies of the institution itself.
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurseries, Homeless children
Source: Pamphlet: 40 Pages of 40 (5 x 7 in.)
These are the annual reports of the California Woman's Hospital, a San Francisco hospital founded specifically to include a branch providing care for patients to poor to pay. The reports include a few photos and many narratives of the development of the hospital and its relation to the development of public health in San Francisco.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 40 Pages of 40 (5 x 7 in.)
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 80 Pages of 80 (5 x 7 in.)
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by UCSF School of Medicine
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In the 1930s the UCSF School of Medicine began a tradition of creating “moving mementos” for each class of students. These mementos are comprised of faculty and staff introductions and a variety of candid scenes around campus and in the hospitals. This video contains compilation of clips from several movies in the UCSF School of Medicine Audiovisual Collection, 1930-1938, AV 2012-18: https://archive.org/details/cum_00004 https://archive.org/details/cum_00005...
Topics: UCSF, UCSF School of Medicine, student, student life, UCSF faculty, San Francisco
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : Footage of Dr. Sooy Memorial Service, November 3, 1986. The service features speakers from various roles at UCSF and UC including Julius R. Krevans, Roger Boles, Dan Sooy, Charles Hitch, Margretta Styles, Helen Ripple, William Coblentz, and Ellen Newman. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape Collection Guide : University of California, San Francisco Campus Events collection Call Number : AR 2012-15 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Regents of the University of...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco, University of California, San...
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 124 Pages of 124 (8 x 10 in.)
In this talk at the UCSF Archives & Special Collections, Zach Bleemer discusses how he has used data science – thousands of computer-processed versions of annual registers, directories, and catalogs –  to reconstruct a near-complete database of all students, faculty, and courses at four-year universities in California in the first half of the 20th century, including UC San Francisco (which taught both undergraduates and graduate students at the time). Visualizations of this database...
Topics: Big Data, Higher Education, California, STEM majors, gender in Higher Education, natural language...
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by University of California, San Francisco. Dept. of Medicine
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Description : Discussions about the Cambodia crisis by University of California, San Francisco Department of Medicine staff and students. The project was funded by the School of Medicine, Goldstein Fund and given to the Black Caucus. In November of 1989 the Black Caucus donated them to the Archives. Source : 21 Tapes of 21: 2 inch videotape: Quad Collection Guide : UCSF School of Medicine Historical Videos, Cambodia, 1970-71 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco. Dept. of Medicine, Anti-war...
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 72 Pages of 72 (5 x 7 in.)
The Annual Report of the San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children recounts the populations of children and the finances, operations, and ideologies of the institution itself.
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurseries, Homeless children
Source: Pamphlet: 30 Pages of 30 (5 x 7 in.)
These are the annual reports of the California Woman's Hospital, a San Francisco hospital founded specifically to include a branch providing care for patients to poor to pay. The reports include a few photos and many narratives of the development of the hospital and its relation to the development of public health in San Francisco.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 64 Pages of 64 (5 x 7 in.)
The Cap and Seal chronicles the history of the Nursing School at San Francisco General Hospital, which for a time had its own self-contained medical school. The Cap and Seal contains evidence of the diverse groups of students that have been a part of Public Medical Education and the development of Public Health in California, illuminating the ways in which public institutions like San Francisco General have been key to the health of our state and the city of San Francisco and the larger Bay...
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurses, Nursing students
Source: Book: 266 Pages of 266 (8 x 11 in.)
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 74 Pages of 74 (5 x 7 in.)
These are the annual reports of the California Woman's Hospital, a San Francisco hospital founded specifically to include a branch providing care for patients to poor to pay. The reports include a few photos and many narratives of the development of the hospital and its relation to the development of public health in San Francisco.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 46 Pages of 46 (5 x 7 in.)
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Note : Watts presentation begins at 00:03:05. Description : A Noon Topics lecture, hosted by the UCSF Committee on Arts and Lectures, by the writer Alan Watts discussing Chinese Philosophy. Collection Title : Committee on Arts and Lectures Records Call Number : AR 2015-17 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy...
Topics: californialightandsound, Philosophy, Chinese, Nature, Watts, Alan, 1915-1973
Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape
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by University of California, San Francisco. Alumni Association
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For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Doctors, Medical Schools, Medical Students
Source: Scrapbook: 332 Pages of 332 (8 1/2 x 11 in.)
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by UCSF Black Caucus
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Join us as we view the   History of the UCSF Black Caucus   in this two-part docuseries and the story of renowned photographer David Johnson in the documentary   Positive Negatives . Each viewing will be followed by a Q & A session facilitated by UCSF Black Caucus committee member Marisa McFarlane and David Johnson. History of the UCSF Black Caucus Founded in 1968, The Black Caucus serves as an instrument of change, community building, and professional support. As the oldest...
Topics: Civil Rights, Civil Rights in Medicine, Documentary Photography, UCSF Black Caucus, San Francisco...
This Archives Talks is coupled with an  exhibit which commemorates the centennial anniversary of US involvement in World War I and recognizes the service of UCSF doctors, nurses and dentists at Base Hospital No. 30 in Royat, France. It also highlights the war-related research and care provided by UCSF scientists, clinicians, and healthcare workers in San Francisco and abroad. Dr. Wen T. Shen speaks on the biography of Dr. Howard C. Naffziger. Lieutenant Colonel Howard C. Naffziger, a prominent...
Topics: World War I, WWI, History of Dentistry, Dr. Howard C. Naffziger, US Army Medical Corps, Base...
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by University of California, San Francisco. Alumni Association
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For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Doctors, World War, 1939-1945, Selective service registration, Medical Students
Source: Scrapbook: 291 Pages of 291 (8 1/2 x 11 in.)
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by Medical Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). Bay Area Chapter
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
The Cap and Seal chronicles the history of the Nursing School at San Francisco General Hospital, which for a time had its own self-contained medical school. The Cap and Seal contains evidence of the diverse groups of students that have been a part of Public Medical Education and the development of Public Health in California, illuminating the ways in which public institutions like San Francisco General have been key to the health of our state and the city of San Francisco and the larger Bay...
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurses, Nursing students
Source: Book: 225 Pages of 225 (8 x 11 in.)
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 68 Pages of 68 (5 x 7 in.)
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by University of California, San Francisco. Alumni Association
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For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Doctors, Medicine
Source: Scrapbook: 402 Pages of 402 (8 1/2 x 11 in.)
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : Audio recording of the University of California, San Francisco commencement ceremony for the class of 1972. Speakers and honorees include: Charles J. Hitch, Philip R. Lee, Gary R. Hubiak, Martin D. Schetlar, John B. de M. C. Saunders, Lloyd A. Straight, and Samuel L. Kountz. Collection Guide : University of California, San Francisco Commencement Ceremonies collection, 1961-1976 Call Number : AR 2013-01 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Regents of the University of...
Topics: californialightandsound, San Francisco (Calif.), University of California, San Francisco...
Source: 2 Tapes of 2: 1/4" audio tape
The Cap and Seal chronicles the history of the Nursing School at San Francisco General Hospital, which for a time had its own self-contained medical school. The Cap and Seal contains evidence of the diverse groups of students that have been a part of Public Medical Education and the development of Public Health in California, illuminating the ways in which public institutions like San Francisco General have been key to the health of our state and the city of San Francisco and the larger Bay...
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurses, Nursing students
Source: Book: 227 Pages of 227 (8 x 11 in.)
Class play of the UCSF School of Medicine, Class of 1984
Topic: University of California San Francisco
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Note : Warble on soundtrack as on original film. Tramlines throughout. Description : A UCSF Educational Film about medical orderlies. Source : 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection Title : UCSF Educational Films Call Number : FILMS 91-59 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and...
Topics: californialightandsound, Medical personnel, University of California, San Francisco. School of...
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : Grand Rounds at the University of California, San Francisco entitled Medical Education fro the 21st Century. Speakers on the subject include Julius R. Krevans and Lewis Thomas. A question and answer period follows the lectures. Source : 2 Tapes of 2: 3/4 inch videotape Collection Guide : Julius R. Krevans papers Call Number : MSS 93-20 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Regents of the University of California. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco, Medical...
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 94 Pages of 94 (8 x 10 in.)
The annual reports of St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco contain tabulations of numbers and types of patients treated, including other demographic information such as nationality.
Topics: californiarevealed, Hospitals
Source: Pamphlet: 112 Pages of 112 (5 x 7 in.)
Class play of the UCSF School of Medicine, Class of 1984
Topic: University of California San Francisco
Join the conversation with Marilyn McEntyre, Adjunct Professor in Medical Humanities, UC Berkeley-UC San Francisco Joint Medical Program as she discusses the life and legacy of Sir Henry Solomon Wellcome, an American expatriate and pharmaceutical pioneer. McEntyre, who happens to be the great niece of Wellcome, will also explore what we may learn from his conflicted and curious love affair with medicine. Henry Solomon Wellcome played a major role in internationalizing medicine and...
Topics: UCSF, Medical Humanities, Marilyn McEntyre, History of Health Sciences, Wellcome, Henry S. (Henry...
In the period immediately after the Second World War, America's public health was flush with new funding for and concern about chronic disease, especially heart disease. Join presenter Nicolas Rasmussen, Professor of Programs in History and Environmental Humanities in the School of Humanities and Languages in Sydney, Australia.  He explores the origins and fate of two of the most prominent, innovative heart disease control programs of the era, multiple screening and group psychotherapy for...
Topic: Heart Disease, UCSF, UCSF Archives Lectures, Disease Control, History of Medicine, National Health...
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by Medical Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). Bay Area Chapter
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
Join UCSF Archives & Special Collections as we explore the little-known history of African American women physicians’ careers in medicine from the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. Through an extensive survey of the careers of all known African American women who practiced medicine in this period, a complicated portrait of both accomplishment and constraint emerges. This talk demonstrates that black women physicians succeeded in carrying out their demanding “missions” of...
Topics: UCSF, UCSF Archives Lectures, Black Women Physicians, History of Medicine, History of Health...
Description : Proceedings of a conference on women's leadership and authority in the health professions held at UC Santa Cruz, June 19-21, 1977 and organized by UCSF’s Program for Women in Health Sciences. The tapes cover the opening session, four workshops, and closing session. Collection Guide : Program for Women in Health Sciences Administrative records Call Number : AR 79-18 Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In...
Topic: californiarevealed
Source: 9 Tapes of 9: 1/8 inch audio cassette; 2 Reels of 2: 1/4" audio tape
In this talk, part of the UCSF Archives & Special Collections lecture series, Aimee Medeiros discusses her book Heightened Expectations: The Rise of the Human Growth Hormone Industry in America . Heightened Expectations  is a groundbreaking history that illuminates the foundations of the multibillion-dollar human growth hormone (HGH) industry. Drawing on medical and public health histories as well as on photography, film, music, prose, and other examples from popular culture, Medeiros...
Topics: UCSF, UCSF Library, UCSF Archives & Special Collections lectures, Aimee Medeiros, human growth...
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : Audio recording of the University of California, San Francisco commencement ceremony for the class of 1967. Speakers and honorees include: Angus E. Taylor, Willard C. Fleming, Sharon Mindlin, Barry Commoner, Troy C. Daniels, and John J. Sampson. Collection Guide : University of California, San Francisco Commencement Ceremonies collection, 1961-1976 Call Number : AR 2013-01 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Regents of the University of California. Copyright Holder has given...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco Commencement ceremonies
Source: 3 Tapes of 3: 1/4" audio tape
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by San Francisco City and County Hospital. Tuberculosis Division
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The Annual Report of the San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children recounts the populations of children and the finances, operations, and ideologies of the institution itself.
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurseries, Homeless children
Source: Pamphlet: 46 Pages of 46 (5 x 7 in.)
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by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : This Grand Rounds at University of California, San Francisco is a Dean's Forum meeting. Briefly, the purpose of which is to examine the issues which influence the proper clinical management of patients, particularly those issues wherein the physicians perceptions of the nature of the illness has an effect. This meeting's topic is The Natural Death Act. Speakers include Julius R. Krevans, Harrison Sadler, Benson Roe, and Barry Keene. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco, Medical...
The Cap and Seal chronicles the history of the Nursing School at San Francisco General Hospital, which for a time had its own self-contained medical school. The Cap and Seal contains evidence of the diverse groups of students that have been a part of Public Medical Education and the development of Public Health in California, illuminating the ways in which public institutions like San Francisco General have been key to the health of our state and the city of San Francisco and the larger Bay...
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurses, Nursing students
Source: Book: 226 Pages of 226 (8 x 11 in.)
Description : Audio recording of the University of California, San Francisco commencement ceremony for the class of 1965. Speakers and honorees include: Robert C. Leslie, John B. De M. C. Saunders, Melvin Matsushima, William Hoyt, William Kerr, Troy C. Daniels, Edward B. Shaw, Chauncey D. Leake, Rene J. Dubos, Clark Kerr. Collection Guide : University of California, San Francisco Commencement Ceremonies collection, 1961-1976 Call Number : AR 2013-01 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by...
Topics: californialightandsound, University of California, San Francisco Commencement ceremonies
Source: 4 Tapes of 4: 1/4" audio tape
Healthcare and medical training primarily recognize two age groups: children and adults. In real life, there are three, and most of us will spend years or decades longer in elderhood than in childhood. In her New York Times bestselling new book, UCSF Professor Louise Aronson shows how individuals, communities, clinicians and scientists can improve lives and transform healthcare by applying the same creativity, innovation, a nd effort to elders as we already do for children and adults. Join us...
Topics: Medical Humanities, Geriatrics, Elderhood, Aging, Medical Anthropology
Description : This historical photographic slide essay created by John A. Sapone, DDS, Clinical Professor of Endodontics, UCSF School of Dentistry, documents the development of the University of California, San Francisco campus, including the Medical Center and research buildings. It includes images of the Parnassus area of San Francisco before the building of the campus in the 1880s and focuses on how the physical space changed over time. Note inside original container: A nostalgic and...
Topic: californiarevealed
The Annual Report of the San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children recounts the populations of children and the finances, operations, and ideologies of the institution itself.
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurseries, Homeless children
Source: Pamphlet: 50 Pages of 50 (5 x 7 in.)
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by Reinhardt, Elizabeth P.
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Description : The Politics of Scarcity was a series of programs held by UCSF to discuss decisions that must be made in a world of diminishing resources and growing populations. The programs featured changing panels of academics, government officials, and activists in various fields such as policy, environmental studies, law, medicine, and bioethics. Source : 3 Tapes of 3: 3/4 inch videotape Collection Guide : Julius R. Krevans papers Call Number : MSS 93-20, tape 5, 6, 7 of 10 Rights :...
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The Annual Report of the San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children recounts the populations of children and the finances, operations, and ideologies of the institution itself.
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurseries, Homeless children
Source: Pamphlet: 36 Pages of 36 (5 x 7 in.)
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : An interview of Herbert McLean Evans by Alan S. Parkes and Miriam Elizabeth Simpson for the Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. Collection Title : UCSF Department of Anatomy records Call Number : AR 98-25 Transcript : Herbert McLean Evans interview transcript Rights : Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, its reproduction may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions,...
Topics: californialightandsound, Endocrinology, Reproduction--Endocrine aspects, Evans, Herbert M. (Herbert...
Source: 4 Tapes of 4: 1/4 inch audio tape
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by University of California, San Francisco
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Description : Memorial tribute to Dr. Robert Langley Porter (1870-1965), professor of pediatrics, emeritus and former dean of the School of Medicine. October 28, 1965. Speakers include J. Englebert Dunphy, acting chancellor; William O. Reinhardt, dean; Lawrence Arnstein; Giacomo Ancona; Willard C. Fleming, associate dean; Herbert M. Evans; Karl Meyer; and Salvatore Lucia. Collection Guide : University of California, San Francisco Campus Events collection Call Number : AR 2012-15 Rights :...
Topic: californiarevealed
Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by University of California, San Francisco. Alumni Association
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For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Doctors, Medical Schools, Medical Students
Source: Scrapbook: 312 Pages of 312 (8 1/2 x 11 in.)
The Cap and Seal chronicles the history of the Nursing School at San Francisco General Hospital, which for a time had its own self-contained medical school. The Cap and Seal contains evidence of the diverse groups of students that have been a part of Public Medical Education and the development of Public Health in California, illuminating the ways in which public institutions like San Francisco General have been key to the health of our state and the city of San Francisco and the larger Bay...
Topics: californiarevealed, Nurses, Nursing students
Source: Book: 205 Pages of 205 (7 x 10 in.)
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by St. Mary's Hospital (San Francisco)
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by Medical Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). Bay Area Chapter
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
by Medical Committee for Human Rights (U.S.). Bay Area Chapter
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Bay Area Health Liberation News is the newsletter of the Bay Area Chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. The newsletter is a fascinating chronicle of the different ways in which medical and health science activists intersected with important and pivotal movements for social change around California and even the rest of the country. Included is documentation of early 70s activist interventions on public health, drug use, and the prison system in California; organizing against the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Human rights
Source: Newspaper: 2 Pages of 2 (11 x 17 in.)